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DIABETES NUTRITION RESOURCES UPDATED AND REDESIGNED!


CHOOSE YOUR


FOODS SERIES


For nearly 70 years, the Food Lists for Diabetes resource has been the standard for diabetes education and meal planning. Co-published with the American Diabetes Association and written and reviewed by diabetes and weight management experts, the latest updates to the Choose Your Foods series are based on current practice guidelines and input from users. All of the pieces are redesigned and include space for customizing for patient needs.


SPANISH VERSION COMING SOON!


FOOD LISTS FOR WEIGHT MANAGEMENT & FOOD LISTS FOR DIABETES Singles: $2.99 | $3.89 Academy Members | Also available in packs of 25


Featuring the “choices” approach for meal planning, expanded food lists, and eating and physical activity tips, these new editions have been streamlined and enhanced with more food images. Updated carbohydrate, protein, and fat information is provided for a wide variety of foods and beverages to reflect diverse populations. Includes action-oriented eating plan tips and goal setting, a new section on Snacks and Extras, dedicated pages for notes, and a customizable eating plan.


Choose Your Foods Price Chart


Choose Your Foods: Food Lists for Diabetes and Choose Your Foods: Food Lists for Weight Management are available in packs of 25 copies. Volume discounts are listed here for orders of four packs or more (prices are per pack).


1–3 packs: $88.00 Academy Members $67.00


4–11 packs: $61.00 12–23 packs: $55.00 24–39 packs: $51.00 40–60 packs: $48.00


PLAN YOUR MEALS WITH THE PLATE METHOD 25-pack: $18.75 | $13.75 Academy Members


Developed as a simplified approach for meal planning, this client education piece featuring the plate method can be used for people with newly diagnosed diabetes or prediabetes. This colorful, new fold-out tool introduces the plate method for planning meals in a step-by-step format with examples of serving sizes, tips for making healthier choices from each food group, and a sample healthy plate. A blank plate with space for writing in sample food choices offers an interactive way to help clients plan meals and set goals.


Featuring the “choices” approach for meal planning, expanded food lists, and eating and physical activity tips, these new editions of the Food Lists for Diabetes and the Food Lists for Weight Management have been streamlined and enhanced with more food images. Updated carbohydrate, protein, and fat information is provided for a wide variety of foods and beverages to reflect diverse populations. Includes action-oriented eating plan tips and goal setting, a new section on Snacks and Extras, dedicated pages for notes, and a customizable eating plan. The Spanish translation of the Food Lists for Diabetes—Escoja Sus Alimentos: Listas de Alimentos para la Diabetes—also includes more culturally appropriate foods.


COUNT YOUR CARBS Singles: $6.75 | $4.80 Academy Members


Also available in packs of 10


Choose Your Foods: Food Lists for Diabetes


310X19 SOFTBOUND (SINGLE COPY) 65 PP 8 ½” x 11”


Developed to teach the basics of carbohydrate counting, this booklet is ideal for people getting started with counting carbs as a diabetes meal planning approach. Clients will learn which foods contain carbs, how to measure carbs in grams or carb choices, how to use food lists and food labels to count carbs, and how to estimate portions. A worksheet is provided for diabetes educators to help clients create a daily eating plan and customize carbohydrate and blood sugar goals.


2019


ISBN: 978-1-58040-738-0 $3.89 Academy Members $2.99


MATCH YOUR INSULIN TO


YOUR CARBS Singles: $6.75 | $4.80 Academy Members Also available in packs of 10


Teach clients how to use a flexible insulin plan to match their insulin dose to the carbs they eat and how to adjust their insulin dose based on blood glucose level. Clients will learn how insulin works in the body, review types of insulin and treatment plans, and learn how to calculate mealtime insulin and correction insulin. An insulin dosing worksheet is provided for the diabetes educator to personalize a client’s blood glucose target and insulin plan, and it shows a stepwise approach for calculating mealtime insulin.


310X19PK 25-Pack — See Price Chart


SPANISH VERSION 311819 SOFTBOUND (SINGLE COPY) 72 PP 8 ½” x 11”


2019


ISBN-13: 978-1-58040-740-3 $3.89 Academy Members $2.99


311819PK 25-Pack — See Price Chart


Key to Food Measurements


Tbsp = tablespoon tsp = teaspoon oz = ounce  lb = pound g = gram


Getting Started


Your dietitian will help you learn how to use the food lists in this booklet to improve your eating and phys- ical activity habits. Together, you can adjust your eat- ing plan when your lifestyle or activity levels change. For example, you can change your eating plan to fi t your work, school, vacation, or travel schedule. Your dietitian can also help you learn when to check


your blood glucose and what the numbers mean. By checking your blood glucose, you learn how diff erent


foods aff ect your blood glucose, and you can oſt en fi gure out when you need to make changes in your eating plan or diabetes self-care plan. As you take on healthy eating habits and learn how to manage your blood glucose, you will feel better, too.


Portion Sizes = 1 CUP


= 1 OZ MEAT OR CHEESE


= 1 TBSP = 1 tsp = 1 INCH


= 1-2 OZ NUTS OR PRETZELS


= 3 0Z MEAT, FISH, OR POULTRY


Portion size is an important part of meal planning. Try using the following comparisons to help measure portion sizes:


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 of the base of a thumb.


      woman’s palm. The palm of a man’s hand is about the size of 4 to 


1 tablespoon is about the size of a thumb. 


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Choose Your Foods: Food Lists for Weight Management


312619 SOFTBOUND (SINGLE COPY) 65 PP 8 ½” x 11”


2019


ISBN: 978-1-58040-739-7 $3.89 Academy Members $2.99


312619PK 25-Pack — See Price Chart


A choice on the Milk and Milk Substitutes list has about 12 grams of carbs, 8 grams of protein, and varying amounts of fat.


MILK AND MILK


SUBSTITUTES Milk, milk products, and milk substitutes are included on this list. In general, 1 milk choice is about 1 cup of milk or plain yogurt.


Other types of milk products are found on other lists: 





Ice cream and frozen yogurt are on the Sweets, Desserts, and Other Carbohydrates list.


STARCH


Starches include bread, cereal, grains (including pasta and rice), starchy vegetables (such as green peas, corn, and potatoes), legumes (refried beans, black beans, split peas, black-eyed peas, and lentils), crackers, and snacks.


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In general, 1 starch choice is: 


½ cup of cooked cereal, grain, or starchy vegetable


 cup of cooked rice or pasta 


1 ounce of a bread product, such as 1 slice of bread





¾ to 1 ounce of crackers or grain-based snack foods


Cheeses are on the Proteins list, and butter, cream, and coffee creamers are on the Fats list because these foods all have very few carbs.


A choice on the Starch list has about 15 grams of carbs, 3 grams of protein, 1 gram of fat, and 80 calories.


Eating Plan Tips


Milk and yogurt are good sources of calcium and protein. Be aware that grain-based or nut-based milks may be lower in calcium, pro-           vitamin D with a similar amount of protein as milk.


Greek yogurt often contains more protein and fewer carbs than other types of yogurt.


Milk and yogurt types that are higher in fat (those made from 2% or whole milk) have more saturated fat, cholesterol, and calories than low-fat or fat-free milk and yogurt.


Health professionals suggest that adults and children older than 2 years choose lower-fat milk and milk products, such as fat-free (skim) or low-fat (1%) milk, or low-fat or nonfat yogurt.


 yogurt packs are between 4 and 6 ounces, which is about ½ to ¾ cup.


One milk choice has 12 grams of carbs and 8 grams of protein, and:


One fat-free (skim) or low-fat (1%) milk choice also has 0 to 3 grams of fat and 100 calories per serving.


One reduced-fat (2%) milk choice also has 5 grams of fat and 120 calories per serving.


One whole-milk choice also has 8 grams of fat and 160 calories per serving.


Some milk foods and milk substitutes contain mostly carbs and fats: One carb choice has 15 grams of carbs and about 70 calories. One fat choice has 5 grams of fat and 45 calories.


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